On today’s show, we tackle the big question about fat by taking a look at recent worldwide reporting and media coverage of dietary fat. First, Nick Offerman offers his prose on the beauty of bacon. Then, we bounce from The Dr. Oz show and CBS News in America to the BBC in the UK to ABC’s Catalyst in Australia — they’re all chiming in about fat. Sweden’s government is making some changes to their dietary recommendations. And, we’ll wrap up the show with 13 Nutritional Lies that have made people sick and overweight. After the Bell it’s Dr. Aseem Malhotra and Arthur Haines.
Links for this episode:
- A Slam Poem to Bacon (with Nick Offerman) – YouTube
- Saturated fat to be cut in chocolate products, makers pledge | Life and style | The Guardian
- Do Carbs Cause Alzheimer's? | The Dr. Oz Show
- Memory may be protected by keeping blood sugar levels low – CBS News
- Butter and cheese better than trans-fat margarines, says heart specialist | Life and style | The Guardian
- BBC News – Saturated fat heart disease 'myth'
- Sweden Becomes First Western Nation to Reject Low-fat Diet Dogma in Favor of Low-carb High-fat Nutrition | Health Impact News
- Heart of the Matter Part 1 – Dietary Villains – YouTube
- Catalyst: Heart of the Matter Part 1 – Dietary Villains – ABC TV Science
- 13 Nutrition Lies That Made The World Sick And Fat – Business Insider
- CNN Video – Breaking News Videos from CNN.com
- Arthur Haines wild plant nutrition – YouTube